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Offering a garden and sea view, Longsands Lodge is located in Tynemouth, a 19-minute walk from Sandhaven Beach and 1.1 miles from Cullercoats Beach. The mountain of freshly made cheese and fruit scones on arrival went down a treat! We had a super family Reunion in Tynemouth and made use of two houses. The other house was good, but this one exceeded everyone's expectations. Nothing to fault at all and the owners were extremely easy to communicate with.
Fantastic beach, quirky shops and a few nice places to eat, all easily accessible by public transport (train to Newcastle Central then Metro to Tynemouth) The Metro system also means you could stay in Tynemouth and explore Newcastle and Gateshead if there for longer. Really good place for a family holiday.
Lovely little town, lots of coastal walks. Fab beach, including cafe/shacks on the beach. Lots of nice cafes, bars and restaurants in the high street, and the weekend market which takes place in the train station is worth a visit. Something for everyone of all ages.
Tynemouth is such a lovely place . Plenty of things to do out and about . Restaurants and pubs aplenty. The prior and castle is a great piece of history right in the middle of the village. Tynemouth is well worth a visit at any time of the year but come in the summer and spend some time walking along the coast you won't be disappointed.
Wonderful Victorian style seaside town. Lots of great places to eat and drink and some fantastic coastal walks along the promenade at Tynemouth and North Shields. Stuff for the history lovers too with the old fort and priory. Amazing market on the station at weekends. Looking forward to going back soon.
Tynemouth is a magical place that seems to only get better. The highlight for us this time was the discovery of Riley's Fish Shack in King Edwards Bay. It's a total joy to eat there. We managed to fit in 2 visits in a very short stay and it was sublime.
Tynemouth is a lovely area, it has some nice places to visit, clean beaches ,not a lot to do on an evening not many shops to browse, no amusements only one in Whitley bay, I would visit again, but in a different hotel,. It’s lovely and relaxing for beach and walks in the day not much night life, we visited st Mary’s island,the lighthouse ,priory and castle.
Amazing food, friendly and helpful staff plus an amazing view of the sea
The hotel was clean and modern.